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Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe has returned home from South Africa with her husband President Robert Mugabe, according to State media. Pursuance by demand, she face prosecution over the alleged assault of a 20 year old model last week. The 52 year old landing in Harare on Sunday. Even though South African police had previously placed border post on red alert to prevent her from leaving.
But South Africa's Internal Relations minister said she'd been granted diplomatic immunity. A government source had previously told Reuters there was no way Mugabe would be arrested because of the potential diplomatic fallout with Zimbabwe. The opposition Democratic Alliance said it will call for a parliamentary inquiry into the affair, while the advocacy group AfriForum said it would challenge the government's decision.
Gabriella Engels, the women behind the assault allegation is being given legal assistance by the group led by Harry Now. You may remember him as the prosecutor who secured a murder conviction against Olympic and Para Olympic star Oscar Pistorius. Appearing at a press conference last week, Engels accuse Mrs. Mugabe of whipping her with an electric extension cable as she waited with two friends in a luxury hotel suite to meet one of Mugabe's adult sons.